'Ditchley,' a historic treasure w/ many stories to tell! Originally 'Bloomsburg' as a small home in 1815, then called 'Miramar' after the clear reflections made in the blue water in 1863. This home burned down & was rebuilt in 1871 & then named Ditchley after the English Ditchley. As the years pass with a historic home, it learns to accommodate & grows in size. As you walk around the property, not only do you notice WF views everywhere, but the charm of the tongue & groove ceilings on the wrap around porches, the oversized rooms, high ceilings, 2 Queen Anne sleeping porches, masterful craftsmanship of millwork, wood exterior doors all w/ a glass window allowing light throughout & much more. Interior featured rooms have waterfront views from most w/a large kitchen off the formal DR, the parlor off the large foyer w/screen porch access, the family room w/center FP, the 4 large BDS-2 ensuite BDS both w/sleeping enclosed porches, great storage throughout & beautiful wood floors. Gorgeous WF along the North River, feeds to the Mobjack Bay into the Chesapeake. DEEP water at NEW Pier w/a covered area at the end & a boat Lift. A waterfront historic property rarely comes up for sale.
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|12/3/2021 3:00:00 AM||New Value: $1,400,000|
|9/13/2021 12:57:39 PM||New Value: Pending|